BIO

Beth Styles is an award winning composer/producer/artist, whose work has been celebrated in diverse houses of worship across the country and performed by some of the great artists and cantors of our time.

Through the years, Beth has written and produced an extensive catalogue of original music across many genres, working with beloved local artists and celebrities including Diana Ross.  However, her roots live in inspirational, Jewish & Interfaith music.  Beth’s writing has been described as deeply soulful, with a unique ability to connect to the heart of a prayer; marrying liturgy to melodies that ring true – from contemporary settings to 4-part traditional choral harmonies, as well as modern, rhythmic, catchy, “get in your ‘kishkes’ songs”. (Click Here to read Lillith Magazine review by Cantor Debbie Katchko-Gray).

Beth’s production studio is located in Stamford, CT, where she recently wrote and produced the music, as well as collaborated on arrangements and lyrics with Neshama Carlebach for Neshama’s latest CD “Believe”.  Currently, Beth is recording her new CD, and appearing as Artist in Residence across the country, partnering with communities who love and celebrate new Jewish music.

As founder and music director of the New World Chorus, Stamford’s community inspirational choir, Beth continues to produce meaningful vents throughout the year.  She is also the creator of the “Living Voice Project,” which brings music to life for people living with a form of dementia such as Alzheimer’s.